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This report is the second in our Funding Ecology programme, building on our previous work in this area to shape a vital debate about changing models of social change as well as the roles of the social, public and private sectors in funding and supporting it.
Supporting Social Change: The Role of Social Investment explores the emerging relationship between grant-making and social investment, and the ways in which independent funders can work together to develop new financial models to support social change.
La Toyah McAllister-Jones shares her observations on systems change from Collaborate's recent work in Coventry.
Henry Kippin writes for Public Finance on why the Sustainable Development Goals present a challenge to all nations, and if they are to succeed, then policymakers need to start thinking and working in more collaborative ways.
This new publication offers a practical guide to collaboration readiness, drawn from our practice across the UK and beyond. We believe there's no transformation without collaboration and no collaboration without readiness: this report helps you to take a step back and consider six different aspects of collaboration and provides a shallow route into building readiness in each.
Collaborate’s Henry Kippin and Rory Swinson Reid write about the funding ecology programme for Trust & Foundation News.
There has been a recent surge in interest around how well the world of grant makers and independent foundations work with others around them to achieve really meaningful social change. Dawn Austwick, Chief Executive of Big Lottery Fund, blogs about our funding ecology programme in Third Sector.